Mauritius: Flic en Flac beach

Following my arrival in Mauritius on the 1st of march, I was asked to either go back to Italy or do 15 days of quarantine because of the covid-19, in a Govt. structure.  I  chose option B, Obviously I didn’t travel for 18 hrs for nothing.  When I landed they lost my luggage at the airport so I had to manage with whatever I had. The place was very dirty, we were 5 people in a room (quarantine) lol. Mosquitoes were the biggest population over there along with some kind of flying ants measuring up to 1 cm.

The food they used to give us was so dry and without salt, that even if you were about to die you wouldn’t be able to swallow it actually. you just couldn’t. Nurses would come to check our temperature 3 times a day. Anyway, after 2 weeks of hell, finally I got out of quarantine.  After 2 days it was national curfew, so I had to sit on my ass for 3 months, lol. May 31st, the curfew was lifted and I finally ran to the beach to get some wonderful sunset pictures.

Flic en Flac, situated along the west coast of Mauritius  in the Black River District, is a paradise of quietness with beaches all along, pretty expensive apartments, mesmerising sunsets and some modest nightlife. There are many expats established here. Italians and French are the majority.  Here are some pictures and there are many more to come…

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